In Palestine, a dish made by burning watermelons is famous around the world.
This dish is made in Palestine’s Gaza Strip, and it is also known as watermelon salad in the local language. It is the most unique in taste and freshness.
Lazima Ajar or Karsa made from watermelon is a popular regional dish that takes a long time to prepare.
This regional dish is only available for two months out of the year. This is done with small watermelons. These watermelons have been roasted over fire.
The roasted watermelon’s peel is removed. The meat is then combined with eggplant, finely chopped tomatoes, lemon, garlic, onion, and olive oil.
This concoction is served to the guests in a large clay bowl.
Historians believe that this dish originated in Egypt’s desert region a century ago, but many people believe that it is a traditional Palestinian dish.